Yesterday at practice, John Tortorella was asked if he was planning to adjust anything in the game plan after the Rangers lost game two to the Senators.
Tortorella responded, “Not a chance. We are who we are. I like the hockey club and I liked how we handled ourselves last night. We didn’t get it done but we aren’t changing anything. We aren’t adjusting, we are just gonna go and play.”
We are playing for keeps now. This is the playoffs. This is what playoff hockey is all about. We will be ready to play.
Dubi added, “We have had tough losses and we have bounced back every single time. I don’t think tomorrow is going to be any different. We will be ready to play”
#NYR Mike Rupp: “we’re ready to ignore all of this circus stuff and play Game 3”
— New York Rangers (@thenyrangers) April 16, 2012